'Two by Four campaign' in lead up to World TB Day: 24th March

Have your say in the online consultation and key informant interviews in lead up to the World TB Day, 24th March 2013. 'Two by Four: 2by4' is a time-limited communications' campaign hosted by Citizen News Service - CNS, a partner of Stop TB Partnership, on the Global Stop-TB eForum and other platforms CNS is part of. The 2by4 campaign runs for two months from 24th February to 24th April 2013.

Why 2by4?
The campaign 2by4 refers to two key populations and four key issues CNS believes need more attention around World TB Day. 

The 2 key populations include children and women. The 4 key issues include: multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB), laboratory and diagnostics, private-public partnership (PPP) and TB-HIV collaborative activities.

2by4: Theme 1: Women and Tuberculosis: 24 February  10 March 2013

Join hands: How to have your say?

* Join the e-consultation: If you are not a member of the Global Stop-TB eForum, then send an email to: Stop-TB-subscribe@yahoogroups.com to have your say in the online discussion.

* Become an organizational partner and endorse the campaign: send your organizational endorsement to Bobby Ramakant at bobby@citizen-news.org

* Tweet on Twitter using hash-tag (#tag): #2by4 #lunghealth and other appropriate tags. Follow us on Twitter (@bobbyramakant)

* Follow us on Facebook page and have your say! www.facebook.com/CNS.page

* Email us your comments, perspectives and experiences at: stopTB@citizen-news.org

* Go online at CNS blog: www.citizen-news.org and publish your comments real time!

Reference: World TB Day website supported by the Stop TB Partnership

For more information, contact: stopTB@citizen-news.org

PARTNERS | 2by4 is endorsed by:
Abhinav Bharat Foundation
American Thoracic Society
Asha Parivar 
Citizen News Service - CNS
Global Alliance for TB Drug Development (TB Alliance)
Global Stop-TB eForum
National Alliance of People's Movements (NAPM)
Partnership for TB Care and Control in India
SEA-AIDS (Asia Pacific Regional eForum on HIV)
SMLS Trust (Amalapuram, AP, India)
TB Alert
Vote For Health campaign